A waitress at a Seaford restaurant stole credit card information from her customer and, along with her boyfriend used it to make over $1,000 in fast food purchases, Nassau Police said.
Christina Heanue, of North Massapequa, allegedly took the credit card information while working as a waitress at Butera's restaurant.
She shared the information with her live-in boyfriend, Philip Ferrito, 26, and they used the card to rack up $1,060 in purchases at fast food joints, since June 26, cops said.
The credit card company flagged the account and when Heanue drove to Pappalardo's Pizza Cove in Seaford and allegedly used the card Saturday, the owner called, 911.
Cops nabbed Heanue as she exited the store, and when she allowed an officer to retrieve her driver's license, he found 13 Oxycodone pills, police said. She was charged with identity theft, grand larceny, aggravated unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle and possession of a controlled substance.
Cops interviewed Ferrito and he was charged with ID theft and grand larceny.